VideoIntervista a Igor M. Kadyrov

Igor M. Kadyrov, è analista didatta e supervisore presso la Società Psicoanalitica di Mosca (Società provvisoria dell’IPA). È Past President della Società (1998-2006) e Direct Member dell’International Psychoanalytical Association dal 1999. Attualmente è Presidente della commissione di training della Psychoanalytic Society di Mosca. È uno psicologo clinico, Ph.D. in psicologia medica e Professore Associato alla Lomonosov State University di Mosca. È membro dello Staff del Groen-Prakken Han Psychoanalytic Institute per l’Europa orientale e ha insegnato a lungo in Russia ed in Europa dell’Est. E ‘membro del Board Europeo dell’International Journal of Psychoanalysis, membro del comitato editoriale di altre riviste, tra cui “Psychosis” e Moscow Psychotherapeutic Journal. Ha pubblicato su argomenti come le psicosi, lo spazio mentale e analitico, epistemologia psicoanalitica, psicoanalisi applicata e lo sviluppo della psicoanalisi in Russia e nell’Europa dell’Est, tra cui “Analytic space and work in Russia: Some remarks on past and present” e “Psychoanalysis across cultural and linguistic difference”, pubblicati nell’IJP.

Igor M. Kadyrov, is a Training analyst and Supervisor at the Moscow Psychoanalytic Society (Provisional Society of the IPA). He is Past President of this Society (1998-2006) and Direct member of the International Psychoanalytical Association since 1999. Currently he is the chair of Educational Committee of Moscow Psychoanalytic Society. He is also a clinical psychologist, Ph.D. in medical psychology and Associate Professor of the Lomonosov Moscow State University. He is a member of the Staff of the Han Groen-Prakken Psychoanalytic Institute for Eastern Europe and has taught extensively in Russia and Eastern Europe. He is a member of the European Board of the International Journal of Psychoanalysis, member of the editorial boards of other Journals, including “Psychosis” and Moscow Psychotherapeutic Journal. He has published on such subjects as psychoses, mental and analytic space, psychoanalytic epistemology, applied psychoanalysis and development of psychoanalysis in Russia and Eastern Europe, including “Analytic space and work in Russia: Some remarks on past and present” and “Psychoanalysis across cultural and linguistic difference” published in the IJP.

 

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